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Sarni ManiarBerlianaa, et al - Children and Youth Services Review,

This study aimed to identify the factors that affect the incidence rate of neglected children in Indonesia by considering the household effect.

Winarini W. Mansoer, Raissa Dwifandra Putri, Nessi Sulaiman - Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research,

The aim of the present quantitative study is to examine how perceived maternal acceptance-rejection contributes to the risk of mental illness in orphaned adolescents.

Camilla Jones and Payal Saksena -Family for Every Child,

This report explores what family means to children and adults in five countries using the digital storytelling technique.

Sandra Dewi Arifiani, Sri Andini Handayani, Monique Baumont, Cyril Bennouna, Santi Kusumaningrum - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This scoping review was undertaken to map survey methodologies for violence against children (VAC) measurement in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries and to identify key considerations for developing both methodologically sound and culturally appropriate VAC surveys in Indonesia and similar contexts.

Raisatul Umami, Sherly S Turnip - Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine,

The aim of this study was to assess and compare emotional and behavioral problems between left-behind children (LBC) and non-LBC in Indonesia.

Rebecca Henschke - BBC News,

"In eastern Indonesia there are areas where almost all young mothers have gone to work abroad. Indonesians refer to these communities as the 'motherless villages,'" according to this article from the BBC.

Clara Siagian, Sandra Arifiani, Putri Amanda and Santi Kusumaningrum - Social Sciences,

This open access article explores the construction of childhood and parenthood in rural communities in Indonesia based on a series of focus group discussions with service providers, community decision makers, and paraprofessionals; a group that the authors refer to as “frontline providers”.

Mónica Ruiz-Casares, Sarah Lilley, Brett D Thombs, Robert William Platt, Susan Scott, Widjajanti Isdijoso, Emmy Hermanus, Michelle Andrina, Nancy Mayo - BMJ Open,

The Families First Programme, an adaptation of the Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting Programme to the West Java context, is a parenting support programme anchored on children’s rights that gives parents guidance on child development, parenting and positive discipline practices. This trial will evaluate the effectiveness of the Families First Programme compared with a waitlist control group.

M. Faishal Aminuddin, Saseendran Pallikadavath, Amie Kamanda, Keppi Sukesi, Henny Rosalinda, Kieron Hatton - Asian and Pacific Migration Journal,

The objective of this article is to examine the impact of international female labor migration on left-behind parents by taking into consideration the daughters' marital status.